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[frontmatter]: https://about.gitlab.com/handbook/marketing/blog/#frontmatter
[Writing Style Guidelines]: https://about.gitlab.com/handbook/#writing-style-guidelines
[Writing Style Guidelines]: https://about.gitlab.com/handbook/communication/#writing-style-guidelines
[press releases]: https://about.gitlab.com/press/releases/
[press category]: https://about.gitlab.com/blog/categories/press
[blog archives]: https://about.gitlab.com/blog/archives.html
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## Values
Please see the [values section in our handbook](https://about.gitlab.com/handbook/#values).
Please see the [values section in our handbook](https://about.gitlab.com/handbook/values).
## Our stewardship of GitLab CE<a name="stewardship"></a><a name="our-stewardship-of-gitlab-ce"></a>
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During the monthly GitLab 101 call with new hires and the CEO where we talk about the following topics. This is a zoom call (please make sure there is no Google Hangout link in the invite). The agenda is below, urls are expanded so you can click on them when we paste this in the calendar invite:
1. Overview of the GitLab history [https://about.gitlab.com/about/#a-brief-history-of-gitlab](https://about.gitlab.com/about/#a-brief-history-of-gitlab)
1. Our values [https://about.gitlab.com/handbook/#values](https://about.gitlab.com/handbook/#values)
1. Our values [https://about.gitlab.com/handbook/values](https://about.gitlab.com/handbook/values)
1. Everyone introduces themselves using the order in the calendar invite. What do you do at GitLab? Why did you join GitLab? What do you enjoy in your private life (quirky details are encouraged, also feel free to introduce your significant other and/or pets)? Did you already have 10 virtual coffee breaks? If you already had 10 are you open to more?
1. Team structure [https://about.gitlab.com/team/structure/](https://about.gitlab.com/team/structure/)
1. How we work [https://about.gitlab.com/handbook/#general-guidelines](https://about.gitlab.com/handbook/#general-guidelines)
1. How we work [https://about.gitlab.com/handbook/general-guidelines](https://about.gitlab.com/handbook/general-guidelines)
1. Q&A, which results in the FAQ on [https://about.gitlab.com/culture/gitlab-101/](https://about.gitlab.com/culture/gitlab-101/), this is done by a people-ops person that also joins the call.
### Frequently Asked Questions about the GitLab Culture
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[this "closed" document](https://docs.google.com/document/d/12ZAACGeS2_nz6AFXqf78x9iv2LB_hyX9fcT4s9nJF4M/edit))
we gather feedback from GitLabbers anonymously. We then share the main highlights
and concerns / wishes / things people wonder about with the entire team by discussing
them during our [Team Call](https://about.gitlab.com/handbook/#team-call) and posting
them during our [Team Call](https://about.gitlab.com/hanbook/communication/#team-call) and posting
all topics that came up along with their responses here (with the exception of
[topics](https://about.gitlab.com/handbook/#general-guidelines) that by nature
[topics](https://about.gitlab.com/handbook/general-guidelines) that by nature
are not shared outside of the company). _The responses may be altered from the original wording in an effort to maintain anonymity, while also maintaining the same spirit and message of the response._
### Feedback from the GitLab team - November 2016
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1. Focus on growth of GitLabbers within the organization.
* People Ops has instituted Grovo (individual contributor and management training), as well as Lattice (OKRs) to assist in the growth of GitLabbers within their position at GitLab. We will continue to strive to work with managers to develop GitLabbers at GitLab by drafting Professional Development Plans see [issue](https://gitlab.com/gitlab-com/peopleops/issues/170).
1. More face-to-face meetings and ability to meet up with GitLabbers close by.
* Please expense travel to visit GitLabbers as described in [Spending Company Money](https://about.gitlab.com/handbook/#spending-company-money).
* Please expense travel to visit GitLabbers as described in [Spending Company Money](https://about.gitlab.com/handbook/spending-company-money).
1. Adjust the team call format to include more regular functional group updates.
* The [team call](https://about.gitlab.com/handbook/#team-call) now has weekend updates every two weeks, a separate call for APAC GitLabbers to give their weekend update, and [functional group updates](https://about.gitlab.com/handbook/people-operations/functional-group-updates/) are separate events.
* The [team call](https://about.gitlab.com/hanbook/communication/#team-call) now has weekend updates every two weeks, a separate call for APAC GitLabbers to give their weekend update, and [functional group updates](https://about.gitlab.com/handbook/people-operations/functional-group-updates/) are separate events.
1. Have more employee agreements instead of contractor agreements.
* People Ops will be working to establish new entities/payrolls in more countries as we grow. Once this is completed we can transfer contractors to employees.
1. Hire in departments that need more GitLabbers.
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1. Refine onboarding to be less intense/intimidating.
* Onboarding can be overwhelming and sometimes confusing. To alleviate confusion about what you are doing and why, we created an [Onboarding](https://about.gitlab.com/handbook/general-onboarding/onboarding-101/) guide to explain each step. Update: This page has been moved to [Onboarding](https://about.gitlab.com/handbook/general-onboarding/).
1. Move unlimited vacation to a set amount so GitLabbers take their full vacation.
* We are taking a look at what the best option is in regards to a limited or unlimited vacation. We want to urge that GitLabbers take enough [time off](https://about.gitlab.com/handbook/#paid-time-off) to recharge! Unlimited vacation/taking vacation is encourage at GitLab. For information on how these developments are going, check out the open [issue](https://gitlab.com/gitlab-com/www-gitlab-com/issues/952)
* We are taking a look at what the best option is in regards to a limited or unlimited vacation. We want to urge that GitLabbers take enough [time off](https://about.gitlab.com/handbook/paid-time-off) to recharge! Unlimited vacation/taking vacation is encourage at GitLab. For information on how these developments are going, check out the open [issue](https://gitlab.com/gitlab-com/www-gitlab-com/issues/952)
1. Less downtime on GitLab.com.
* Our Infastructure team is always looking for new ways to improve the ownership of the things we ship. The team will look to have owners of services or features, and these services working will be the way they prove that they are actually delivering. Infrastructure has also increased uptime to 99.91% in [December 2016](http://stats.pingdom.com/81vpf8jyr1h9/1902794/2016/12).
1. Casual and social interaction.
* We have instituted [Coffee Breaks](https://about.gitlab.com/handbook/#coffee-break-calls) to promote catching up with GitLabbers. Also, all GitLabbers are just a click away on Slack or a call away on the [Random Hangout](https://about.gitlab.com/handbook/#random-room).
* We have instituted [Coffee Breaks](https://about.gitlab.com/handbook/working-remotely/#coffee-break-calls) to promote catching up with GitLabbers. Also, all GitLabbers are just a click away on Slack or a call away on the [Random Hangout](https://about.gitlab.com/handbook/communication/#random-room).
1. Revise Workable Notifications.
* Sometimes it can be hard to manage Workable notifications. Here are some [guidelines](https://about.gitlab.com/handbook/hiring/#general-points-about-moving-applicants-through-the-process) to keep your inbox low.
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1. Are we growing too fast?
* Check out our [strategy](https://about.gitlab.com/strategy/) page for why we are growing faster than feels intuitive.
1. How to improve myself as a professional?
* Aside from the internal tools at GitLab, you can expense any course or training that falls in line with [Spending Company Money](https://about.gitlab.com/handbook/#spending-company-money). Questions? Just ask your manager or People Ops.
* Aside from the internal tools at GitLab, you can expense any course or training that falls in line with [Spending Company Money](https://about.gitlab.com/handbook/spending-company-money). Questions? Just ask your manager or People Ops.
1. How are we using our series B funding?
* We have released our [master plan](https://about.gitlab.com/2016/09/13/gitlab-master-plan/) for how we plan on growing as a company as a result of our Series B Funding. Also, check out our [Strategy Page](https://about.gitlab.com/strategy/).
1. What are the plans for parental leave?
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1. "Wish we had more time"/ "Wonder if sometimes we go too fast and should go slower
to focus on quality and testing more"
* Please make sure you take enough
[time off](https://about.gitlab.com/handbook/#paid-time-off) to recharge!
[time off](https://about.gitlab.com/handbook/paid-time-off) to recharge!
Having a rapid release cycle contributes to increasing quality over time being able to iterate faster. For
particular concerns in an individual issue, please raise your concerns in the
issue. Because GitLab has gotten very popular the absolute amount of bugs might be increasing.
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1. "Better supervision in the first two months"
* Always be sure to reach out to your manager if you feel that you need more guidance. Your peers are a Slack message away.
1. "Maybe a more competitive salary"
* From the [handbook](https://about.gitlab.com/handbook/#general-guidelines): "If you are unhappy with anything (your duties, your colleague, your boss, your salary, your location, your computer) please let your boss, or the CEO, know as soon as you realize it. We want to solve problems while they are small."
* From the [handbook](https://about.gitlab.com/handbook/general-guidelines): "If you are unhappy with anything (your duties, your colleague, your boss, your salary, your location, your computer) please let your boss, or the CEO, know as soon as you realize it. We want to solve problems while they are small."
1. "A step between review/QA and deployment."
* Review happens through merge requests, and QA happens as part of the release process. We can't think of anything else at the moment that would not introduce gates that cause delay and inefficiency.
1. "Off-site meetings during the year and/or team-specific summits, like a hackathon"
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## General Benefits
1. GitLab will pay for the items listed under [spending company money](https://about.gitlab.com/handbook/#spending-company-money).
1. GitLab will pay for the items listed under [spending company money](https://about.gitlab.com/handbook/spending-company-money).
1. [Stock options](/handbook/stock-options/) are offered to most GitLabbers.
1. Deceased team member:
In the unfortunate event that a GitLab team member passes away, GitLab will
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* For part-time GitLabbers, the lump sum is calculated pro-rata, so
for example for a team member that works for GitLab 50% of the time,
the lump sum would be $10,000.
1. [Paid time off policy](https://about.gitlab.com/handbook/#paid-time-off).
1. [Paid time off policy](https://about.gitlab.com/handbook/paid-time-off).
1. [GitLab Summit](https://about.gitlab.com/culture/summits)
* Every nine months orso GitLabbers gather at an exciting new location to [stay connected](https://about.gitlab.com/2016/12/05/how-we-stay-connected-as-a-remote-company/), at what we like to call a GitLab Summit. It is important to spend time face to face to get to know your team and, if possible, meet everyone who has also [bought into the company vision](http://www.excitingrole.com/how-to-do-startup-due-diligence/#.h/). There are fun activities planned by our GitLab Summit Experts, work time, and presentations from different functional groups to make this an experience that you are unlikely to forget! Attendance is optional, but encouraged. For more information and compilations of our past summits check out our [summits page](https://about.gitlab.com/culture/summits).
1. [Further incentives](https://about.gitlab.com/handbook/#incentives), such as
- [Sales Target Dinner Evangelism Reward](https://about.gitlab.com/handbook/#sales-target-dinner)
- [Discretionary Bonuses](https://about.gitlab.com/handbook/#discretionary-bonuses)
- [Referral Bonuses](https://about.gitlab.com/handbook/#referral-bonuses)
- [Work Remotely Travel Grant](https://about.gitlab.com/handbook/#travel-grant)
1. [Further incentives](https://about.gitlab.com/handbook/incentives), such as
- [Sales Target Dinner Evangelism Reward](https://about.gitlab.com/handbook/incentives/#sales-target-dinner)
- [Discretionary Bonuses](https://about.gitlab.com/handbook/incentives/#discretionary-bonuses)
- [Referral Bonuses](https://about.gitlab.com/handbook/incentives/#referral-bonuses)
- [Work Remotely Travel Grant](https://about.gitlab.com/handbook/incentives/#travel-grant)
## Specific to employees based in the Netherlands
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addresses, etc. (fields are named the same in the contracts / PIAA to make this easier). The one exception to the curly bracket find and replace process is the Belgian contract, the fields that need to be edited are highlighted.
1. When removing optional clauses, take care that the paragraph / section numbering still makes sense (especially for the GitLab Inc offer letter).
1. Have the contract reviewed, per the guideline on the [Hiring page](https://about.gitlab.com/handbook/hiring/#prep-contracts).
1. [Process new contract(s) via HelloSign](https://about.gitlab.com/handbook/people-operations/sop/#hellosign) (also see [how to get legal documents signed](https://about.gitlab.com/handbook/#signing-legal-documents) ).
1. [Process new contract(s) via HelloSign](https://about.gitlab.com/handbook/people-operations/sop/#hellosign) (also see [how to get legal documents signed](https://about.gitlab.com/handbook/signing-legal-documents) ).
1. If you are processing a GitLab Inc. contractor agreement, also send a W9. The template can be found in HelloSign.
1. Once the contract is signed, place the signed pdf in the team member's folder in BambooHR.
1. Delete the google doc that was used for the preparation of the contract; it is superseded by the signed version in BambooHR.
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- [Design handbook](/handbook/marketing/design)
- [Brand Guidelines](/handbook/marketing/design/brand-guidelines)
- [Marketing handbook](/handbook/marketing/)
- [GitLab's Values](/handbook/#values)
- [General Guidelines](/handbook/#general-guidelines)
- [GitLab Workflow](/handbook/#gitlab-workflow)
- [GitLab's Values](/handbook/values)
- [General Guidelines](/handbook/general-guidelines)
- [GitLab Workflow](/handbook/communication/#gitlab-workflow)
## Design tools
Every (marketing) designer receives licenses for [Adobe CC](http://www.adobe.com/creativecloud.html) and [Sketch](https://www.sketchapp.com/).
## Gathering Feedback
As Design can be subjective, discussion can heat up. Always try to be [direct](/handbook/#directness), but [kind](/handbook/#kindness). Try to give your best reasoning for your choices and evaluate everyone's opinions. Try to come up with a solution instead of discussing endlessly. If you think additional perspective is needed mention a fellow designer in the issue.
As Design can be subjective, discussion can heat up. Always try to be [direct](/handbook/values/#directness), but [kind](/handbook/values/#kindness). Try to give your best reasoning for your choices and evaluate everyone's opinions. Try to come up with a solution instead of discussing endlessly. If you think additional perspective is needed mention a fellow designer in the issue.
## Marketing OKRs
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* Look for Tier 1 and Tier 2 tickets that aren't currently being worked on
(ZenDesk will show you if other people are currently looking at a ticket).
* Keep GitLab's
[user communication guidelines](https://about.gitlab.com/handbook/#user-communication-guidelines)
[user communication guidelines](https://about.gitlab.com/handbook/communication/#user-communication-guidelines)
in mind at all times.
* When replying, set the ticket status to 'Pending' (awaiting response from
customer) or 'Solved' (no reply expected).
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## Equal Employment Opportunity
Diversity is one of GitLab's core [values](https://about.gitlab.com/handbook/#values) and
Diversity is one of GitLab's core [values](https://about.gitlab.com/handbook/values) and
GitLab is dedicated to providing equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all team members
and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex,
national origin, age, disability, or genetics. One example of how put this into practice
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## Publicize the job
The hiring manager should always ask the team for passive referrals for open positions. GitLab team members can refer candidates through our [referral program](/handbook/#referral-bonuses)
The hiring manager should always ask the team for passive referrals for open positions. GitLab team members can refer candidates through our [referral program](/handbook/incentives/#referral-bonuses)
The recruiting team will **always** publicize the job through the following means:
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1. The applicant should always be notified of this. The recruiting team is primarily
responsible for declining candidates.
1. If the applicant asks for further feedback only offer frank feedback. This
is hard, but it is part of our [company values](/handbook/#values).
is hard, but it is part of our [company values](/handbook/values).
* All feedback should be constructive and said in a positive manner. Keep it short and sweet.
* Feedback should always be applicable to the skill set of the position the candidate applied and interviewed for.
* Feedback and rejection should always be based on the job requirements.
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may be interested in one of the current [Job Openings](https://about.gitlab.com/jobs/).
To help us grow the team with exceptional people, we have referral bonuses that work as follows:
1. We want to encourage and support [diversity](https://about.gitlab.com/handbook/#values) on our team and in our hiring practices, so we will offer a $2000 referral bonus for hires from [underrepresented groups in the tech industry](http://seldo.com/weblog/2014/06/25/a_comparison_of_diversity_at_three_major_tech_companies) for engineering roles at GitLab. This underrepresented group is defined as: women, African-Americans, Hispanic-Americans/Latinos, and veterans.
1. We want to encourage and support [diversity](https://about.gitlab.com/handbook/values) on our team and in our hiring practices, so we will offer a $2000 referral bonus for hires from [underrepresented groups in the tech industry](http://seldo.com/weblog/2014/06/25/a_comparison_of_diversity_at_three_major_tech_companies) for engineering roles at GitLab. This underrepresented group is defined as: women, African-Americans, Hispanic-Americans/Latinos, and veterans.
1. Any great candidate that is referred and hired will earn a GitLab employee a $1,000 bonus
once the new team member has been with the company for 3 months.
1. Exceptions: no bonuses for hiring people who report to you, and no bonus for the executive team.
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## Leadership
1. Leadership at GitLab applies to everyone, whether an individual contributor or a manager.
1. Everyone that joins GitLab should consider themselves to be an ambassador of our [values](https://about.gitlab.com/handbook/#values) and a protector of our [culture](https://about.gitlab.com/culture/).
1. Everyone that joins GitLab should consider themselves to be an ambassador of our [values](https://about.gitlab.com/handbook/values) and a protector of our [culture](https://about.gitlab.com/culture/).
1. As a leader, GitLabbers will follow your behavior, always do the right thing.
1. Behavior should be consistent inside and outside the company, don't fake it outside, just do the right thing inside the company as well.
1. In tough times people will put in their best efforts when they do it for each other.
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1. A span of control should be around 7, from 4 to 10. Lower means too many generals and too few soldiers. Higher means you don't have time for 1:1's anymore.
1. If you praise someone try to do it in front of an audience, if you give suggestions to improve do it 1 on 1.
1. As soon as you know you'll have to let someone go, do it immediately. The team member is entitled to know where they stand. Delaying it for days or weeks causes problems with confidentiality (find out that they will be let go), causation (attributing it to another reason), and escalation (the working relationship is probably going downhill).
1. When performance or behavior is below par or not in line with our [values]((https://about.gitlab.com/handbook/#values) we normally put someone on a [performance improvement plan (PIP)](https://about.gitlab.com/handbook/underperformance/). However there are some exceptions to following the PIP process but in all cases managers should speak to the people operations generalist or senior director of people operations early on to evaluate the best solution.
1. When performance or behavior is below par or not in line with our [values]((https://about.gitlab.com/handbook/values) we normally put someone on a [performance improvement plan (PIP)](https://about.gitlab.com/handbook/underperformance/). However there are some exceptions to following the PIP process but in all cases managers should speak to the people operations generalist or senior director of people operations early on to evaluate the best solution.
1. When someone says they are considering quitting drop everything and listen to them by asking questions to find out what their concerns are. If you delay the person will not feel valued and the decision will be irreversible.
1. In addition to announcing new team member arrivals, departures are also announced in the #general chat channel (once the Google Slack accounts are blocked, see the [offboarding checklist](https://about.gitlab.com/handbook/offboarding/) for details). We must respect the privacy of the individual concerned. If you are asked why someone has left or is leaving, please refer that person to the [general guidelines](https://about.gitlab.com/handbook/#general-guidelines) section of the handbook where we describe what can and cannot be shared.
1. In addition to announcing new team member arrivals, departures are also announced in the #general chat channel (once the Google Slack accounts are blocked, see the [offboarding checklist](https://about.gitlab.com/handbook/offboarding/) for details). We must respect the privacy of the individual concerned. If you are asked why someone has left or is leaving, please refer that person to the [general guidelines](https://about.gitlab.com/handbook/general-guidelines) section of the handbook where we describe what can and cannot be shared.
1. People should not be given a raise or a title because they ask for it or threaten to quit. We should pro-actively give raises and promote people without people asking. If you do it when people ask you are disadvantaging people that don't ask and you'll end up with many more people asking.
1. Don't refer to GitLabbers [as family](https://hbr.org/2014/06/your-company-is-not-a-family). It is great that our team feels like a close-knit group and we should encourage that, this builds a stronger team. But _families_ and _teams_ are different. _Families_ come together for the relationship and do what is critical to retain it. _Teams_ are assembled for the task and do what is required to complete it. Don't put the relationship above the task. Besides, families don't have an an [offboarding process](https://about.gitlab.com/handbook/offboarding/).
1. Praise and credit the work of your reports to the rest of the company, never present it as your own. This and many other great lessons in [an ask metafilter thread worth reading](http://ask.metafilter.com/300002/My-best-manager-did-this).
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## Books
Note: Books in this section [can be expensed](https://about.gitlab.com/handbook/#spending-company-money).
Note: Books in this section [can be expensed](https://about.gitlab.com/handbook/spending-company-money).
1. High Output Management 1. Andrew Grove ([top 10](https://getlighthouse.com/blog/andy-grove-quotes-leadership-high-output-management/))
1. The Hard Thing About Hard Things: Building a Business When There Are No Easy Answers 1. Ben Horowitz
1. [The score takes care of itself 1. Bill Walsh](http://coachjacksonspages.com/The%20Score%20Takes%20Care.pdf)
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### Writing Style
At GitLab, we use [American English](/handbook/#american-english) as the standard written language.
At GitLab, we use [American English](/handbook/communication/#american-english) as the standard written language.
GitLab content primarily follows [AP Style],
which is searchable online. Any questions that cannot be answered
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Use English
- [GitLab communicates in English](https://about.gitlab.com/handbook/#internal-communication) so please tweet in English.
- [GitLab communicates in English](https://about.gitlab.com/handbook/communication/#internal-communication) so please tweet in English.
- If a foreign language tweet comes in, replies in that language are okay but discouraged as we can't guarantee making our support SLA.
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[font awesome]: http://fontawesome.io/icons/
[GitLab deck template]: https://docs.google.com/a/gitlab.com/presentation/d/1ux0yeJpJooWgq1_UROeAbbM3nNYFiF_iU26P3msPdzU/edit?usp=sharing
[gitlab-markdown]: https://gitlab.com/help/markdown/markdown
[handbook-writing]: https://about.gitlab.com/handbook/#writing-style-guidelines
[handbook-writing]: https://about.gitlab.com/handbook/communication/#writing-style-guidelines
[iA Writer]: https://ia.net/writer/
[img-seo]: http://www.practicalecommerce.com/articles/77645-6-SEO-Myths-about-Alt-Tags
[kram-tables]: http://kramdown.gettalong.org/syntax.html#tables
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1. [x] _not relevant_ New team member: Create GitLab.com account and leave a comment in this issue to tell us the name. (To clarify, this is **not** the same as your account and username on dev.gitlab.org which you already have if you can see this issue).
1. [ ] People Ops: Remove former GitLabbers' GitLab.com account from the [gitlab-com group](https://gitlab.com/groups/gitlab-com/group_members)
1. [x] _not relevant_ New team member: Access BambooHR, set a secure password and fill out any missing details of your profile; specifically your address, phone number(s), and emergency contact information. Make sure to add the country code to phone numbers (i.e. all numbers should start with `+`).
1. [x] _not relevant_ New team member: Set up [Calendly](https://about.gitlab.com/handbook/#calendly) and add your Calendly link to your Slack profile.
1. [x] _not relevant_ New team member: Set up [Calendly](https://about.gitlab.com/handbook/tools-and-tips/#calendly) and add your Calendly link to your Slack profile.
1. [ ] Twitter/TweetDeck
1. [ ] People Ops: Remove team member from the GitLab twitter group (check with marketing).
1. [ ] People Ops: Remove access from Tweetdeck for [at]GitHostIO (if applicable).
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1. [ ] People Ops: Remove team member from the info sheets of the next Summit if applicable.
1. [x] _not relevant_ New team member: Check if there is a coming [Summit](https://gitlab.com/summits/) and save the date!
1. [ ] People Ops: Remove GitLabbers profile from [Egencia](https://about.gitlab.com/handbook/people-operations/#add-egencia).
1. [x] _not relevant_ New team member: schedule 10 [Virtual Coffee break calls](https://about.gitlab.com/handbook/#coffee-break-calls) of 30 mins with 10 different colleagues to get to know your team. You can also schedule more calls, or ask for help on the #questions channel in slack.
1. [x] _not relevant_ New team member: schedule 10 [Virtual Coffee break calls](https://about.gitlab.com/handbook/working-remotely/#coffee-break-calls) of 30 mins with 10 different colleagues to get to know your team. You can also schedule more calls, or ask for help on the #questions channel in slack.
1. [x] _not relevant_ New team member: Link your GitLab email address to an easily recognizable photo of yourself on [gravatar](https://en.gravatar.com/).
1. [x] _not relevant, already addressed_ New team member: [Add yourself](https://about.gitlab.com/handbook/general-onboarding/#add-yourself-to-team-page) to the [team page](https://about.gitlab.com/team/)
1. [ ] PeopleOps: Remove team member from the [public map](https://sundial.teleport.org/public/groups/Y3IahPR5vYjBpMyU2kZj) of everyone's location via [Sundial](https://about.gitlab.com/handbook/people-operations/#sundial-removal).
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- If you are on call, then you are expected to be available and ready to respond to PagerDuty pings as soon as possible, but certainly within any response times set by our [Service Level Agreements](https://about.gitlab.com/handbook/support/#sla) in the case of Customer Emergencies. This may require bringing a laptop and reliable internet connection with you if you have plans outside of your work space while being on call, as an example.
- We only have 1 person at any time doing on call, we avoid having fallbacks because that leads to ignore pages because "the next fallback will pick it up", we take on call seriously.
- As noted in the [main handbook](https://about.gitlab.com/handbook/#paid-time-off), after being on call take time off. Being available for issues and outages will wear you off even if you had no pages, and resting is critical for proper functioning. Just let your team know.
- As noted in the [main handbook](https://about.gitlab.com/handbook/paid-time-off), after being on call take time off. Being available for issues and outages will wear you off even if you had no pages, and resting is critical for proper functioning. Just let your team know.
### Swapping On-Call Duty
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## Flaws
{: #flaws}
Transparency and directness are part of our [values](https://about.gitlab.com/handbook/#values) and I want to live them by sharing the flaws I know I have.
Transparency and directness are part of our [values](https://about.gitlab.com/handbook/values) and I want to live them by sharing the flaws I know I have.
I'm fully responsible for improving the things below, listing them is no excuse.
They are listed here for two reasons.
The fist one is so that people know it is not them but my fault.
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* INTERVIEW for interviews (looping in our PR partner)
Example: “INTERVIEW | Kirsten Abma (TechCrunch)” Make sure to block 10 min before for preparations and 10 min after for notes for Sid
* CALL for phone calls
* VIDEOCALL for video conference calls using Zoom. Using the [Zoom plugin for Google Calendar](https://about.gitlab.com/handbook/#video-calls) you can easily get the info you need in the invite.
* VIDEOCALL for video conference calls using Zoom. Using the [Zoom plugin for Google Calendar](https://about.gitlab.com/handbook/communication/#video-calls) you can easily get the info you need in the invite.
Example: “(VIDEO)CALL | Kirsten Abma for Executive Assistant”
Make sure to include in the description
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(Calls in the hiring process also have: and please fill out this form a day in advance, to discuss during the call: https://docs.google.com/a/gitlab.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScXUW07w36Ob2Y2XQuESBaYqU5_c1SoweGS1BzGHnbesISGXw/viewform to discuss during the call”)
Phone number participant:
<br>
By using the Zoom extention [mentioned in our handbook](https://about.gitlab.com/handbook/#video-calls) it will add the details how to join the Zoom call automatically.
By using the Zoom extention [mentioned in our handbook](https://about.gitlab.com/handbook/communication/#video-calls) it will add the details how to join the Zoom call automatically.
<br>
* Meetings at the office:
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......@@ -17,7 +17,7 @@ title: Global Compensation Calculator
1. If you live far from a metro region we base our offer upon the lowest rent index number of any metro region in your country (or state, in the case of the USA), if your country is listed.
1. When you move [you have to inform us](/handbook/people-operations/#relocation) and we may adjust your compensation up or down. Refer to the ["move calculator"](https://about.gitlab.com/jobs/move) to see what the likely impact will be.
1. We hire across the globe but we're not location agnostic. Your timezone, the market rate in your region, and vicinity to other team members, users, customers, and partners can all be factors. For example, we may favor an applicant over another because they live in a region with a lower market rate or because we need someone in that timezone. All things being equal we will hire people in lower cost markets vs. higher cost markets.
1. As you can see from our [contracts](/handbook/contracts/), compensation is typically set at a fixed monthly rate. People on quota (account executives, account managers, and sales leadership) have variable compensation that is about 50% of their On Target Earnings (OTE). Individual contributors in the sales organization have variable compensation that is purely based on commission. Success engineers currently have a lower variable component, we're not sure how this will evolve. All other people have fixed compensation (but we do have [bonuses and incentives](/handbook/#incentives)).
1. As you can see from our [contracts](/handbook/contracts/), compensation is typically set at a fixed monthly rate. People on quota (account executives, account managers, and sales leadership) have variable compensation that is about 50% of their On Target Earnings (OTE). Individual contributors in the sales organization have variable compensation that is purely based on commission. Success engineers currently have a lower variable component, we're not sure how this will evolve. All other people have fixed compensation (but we do have [bonuses and incentives](/handbook/incentives)).
1. Compensation decisions around level and experience levels and for functions not in the calculator are taken by the compensation committee<a name="compensation-committee"></a>. This committee consists of the CFO, CEO, and Senior Director of People Operations. When there is no time to coordinate with the committee the CEO can take a decision and inform the committee. When the CEO is away (e.g. vacation), the two other members of the committee can take a decision and inform the committee. Whatever the decision is, the compensation committee should be cc-ed (or bcc-ed) on the final email, so that the committee members can know that the loop was closed.
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As a natural extension of the [Compensation Principles](#compensation-principles)
outlined above, and our commitment to transparency, sharing, efficiency, directness,
and boring solutions (amongst other [values](/handbook/people-operations/#values)),
and boring solutions (amongst other [values](/handbook/values)),
we developed a Compensation Calculator that we are rolling out for those roles in
which we have the most contributors, and thus for whom the question about "what is
fair compensation" comes up most frequently.
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### Sick time - taking and reporting
{: #sick-time}
In keeping with our [values](/handbook/#values) of freedom, efficiency, transparency, kindness, and boring solutions, we have crafted the following protocol around sick leave for all GitLabbers.
In keeping with our [values](/handbook/values) of freedom, efficiency, transparency, kindness, and boring solutions, we have crafted the following protocol around sick leave for all GitLabbers.
**All GitLabbers**
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1. What are we doing to get there?
* Per an open [issue](https://gitlab.com/gitlab-com/peopleops/issues/138), People Operations will be developing training for managers on this topic.
* GitLab would also like to encourage GitLabbers to take their [time off](https://about.gitlab.com/handbook/#paid-time-off) to properly take care of themselves. We encourage the team to go to yoga, take a long lunch, or anything else in their day to day life that assists in their mental and emotional well-being.
* GitLab would also like to encourage GitLabbers to take their [time off](https://about.gitlab.com/handbook/paid-time-off) to properly take care of themselves. We encourage the team to go to yoga, take a long lunch, or anything else in their day to day life that assists in their mental and emotional well-being.
* In addition to our current EAP programs available for employees, we encourage GitLabbers to take a look at (Working Through It)(http://www.workplacestrategiesformentalhealth.com/wti/Home.aspx) for insight into reclaiming well-being at work, off work, and return to work.
* We believe that our values and culture lends itself to being able to discuss mental health open and honestly without being stigmatized, but let's work together to make it even more inclusive.
* For example, Finding the right words:
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#### Using HelloSign
When we need [contracts to be signed](https://about.gitlab.com/handbook/#signing-legal-documents) we use [HelloSign](https://hellosign.com).
When we need [contracts to be signed](https://about.gitlab.com/handbook/signing-legal-documents) we use [HelloSign](https://hellosign.com).
Follow these steps to send out a signature request.
1. Choose who needs to sign. (just me, me & others, or just others)
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### Process Referral Bonus
If applicable, People Ops will process a [referral bonus](/handbook/#referral-bonuses).
If applicable, People Ops will process a [referral bonus](/handbook/incentives/#referral-bonuses).
#### Document a future bonus in BambooHR
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......@@ -71,7 +71,7 @@ title: Security Handbook
1. During offboarding, your 1Password account is deleted, which includes the **Personal** vault in the GitLab team account. If you want to
keep your personal passwords, please copy/move them to [your personal local vault or your separate individual account](#1password-private-use).
1. We will configure applications of which we store the passwords in 1Password to [not periodically reset passwords](https://www.cesg.gov.uk/articles/problems-forcing-regular-password-expiry).
1. Do not install software with many known security vulnerabilities (as [listed in the handbook](/handbook/#do-not-use)). When in doubt, do not install until after checking with the team by discussing in an issue, and then document the verdict in the handbook.
1. Do not install software with many known security vulnerabilities (as [listed in the handbook](/handbook/tools-and-tips/#do-not-use)). When in doubt, do not install until after checking with the team by discussing in an issue, and then document the verdict in the handbook.
[1Password]: https://1password.com
[generate strong passwords]: https://support.1password.com/guides/mac/generate-a-strong-password.html
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## Follow up on issues posted on GitLab issue tracker
For ZenDesk issues you will have created issues on the relevant issue tracker.
Please refer to the priority as listed under [GitLab Workflow in the handbook](/handbook/#gitlab-workflow).
Please refer to the priority as listed under [GitLab Workflow in the handbook](/handbook/communication/#gitlab-workflow).
## GitLab.com Support Tracker
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......@@ -17,7 +17,7 @@ title: "Travel"
1. The company will cover all work-related travel expenses. This includes lodging and meals during the part of the trip that is work-related. Depending on the distance of your travel, it can also include one day before and one day after the work related business. For example, if you are attending a 3 day conference in a jetlag-inducing location, the company will cover your lodging and meals those 3 days as well as one day before and one day after.
1. The company can accommodate custom requests. It is OK to stay longer on your trip. However, the extra days will not be covered by the company.
1. Understand that the guidelines of [Spending Company Money](https://about.gitlab.com/handbook/#spending-company-money), especially the part about spending it like it is your own money, still apply for all expenses.
1. Understand that the guidelines of [Spending Company Money](https://about.gitlab.com/handbook/spending-company-money), especially the part about spending it like it is your own money, still apply for all expenses.
1. Always bring a credit card with you when traveling for company business if you have one.
1. Hotels will generally expect you to have a physical credit card to present upon check-in. This credit card will be kept on file for the duration of your stay. Even if your lodging was pre-paid by the company or by using a company credit card, the Hotel may still require a card to be on file for "incidentals".
1. If you incur any work-travel related expenses (on your personal card or a GitLab company card), please make sure to save the original receipt.
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### The Performance Improvement Plan (PIP)
It is important to remember that the root cause of issues can be a variety of things, PIPs are not intended to be a negative document. They are an opportunity for the manager and their team member to work together to get the individual back on track. We have an example of this to share here, it is anonymized in line with keeping job feedback private as per the [General Guidelines](https://about.gitlab.com/handbook/#sts=General Guidelines);
It is important to remember that the root cause of issues can be a variety of things, PIPs are not intended to be a negative document. They are an opportunity for the manager and their team member to work together to get the individual back on track. We have an example of this to share here, it is anonymized in line with keeping job feedback private as per the [General Guidelines](https://about.gitlab.com/handbook/general-guidelines);
**GitLabber:**
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......@@ -38,7 +38,7 @@ Please see the [UX team](/handbook/ux) page in the handbook.
## Issues
As design can be subjective, discussion can heat up. Always try to be [direct](/handbook/#directness), but [kind](/handbook/#kindness). Try to give your best reasoning for your choices and evaluate everyone's opinions. Come up with a solution instead of discussing endlessly. If you think additional perspective is needed, mention a fellow UX Designer in the issue.
As design can be subjective, discussion can heat up. Always try to be [direct](/handbook/values/#directness), but [kind](/handbook/values/#kindness). Try to give your best reasoning for your choices and evaluate everyone's opinions. Come up with a solution instead of discussing endlessly. If you think additional perspective is needed, mention a fellow UX Designer in the issue.
## Relevant links
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## Issues
As design can be subjective, discussion can heat up. Always try to be [direct](/handbook/#directness), but [kind](/handbook/#kindness). Try to give your best reasoning for your choices and evaluate everyone's opinions. Come up with a solution instead of discussing endlessly. If you think additional perspective is needed, mention a fellow UX Designer in the issue.
As design can be subjective, discussion can heat up. Always try to be [direct](/handbook/values/#directness), but [kind](/handbook/values/#kindness). Try to give your best reasoning for your choices and evaluate everyone's opinions. Come up with a solution instead of discussing endlessly. If you think additional perspective is needed, mention a fellow UX Designer in the issue.
## Relevant links
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Clearly make negative feedback about the work itself, not the person. When giving
feedback always provide at least one clear and recent example. If a person is
going through a hard time in their personal life, then take that into account. An example of
giving positive feedback is our [thanks chat channel](https://about.gitlab.com/handbook/#internal-communication).
giving positive feedback is our [thanks chat channel](https://about.gitlab.com/handbook/communication/#internal-communication).
1. **Diversity**: The community consists of people from all over the world, with different backgrounds and opinions. We hire globally and encourage hiring in a diverse set of countries. We don't discuss religion or politics because it is easy to alienate people that have a minority opinion. Feel free to mention you attended a ceremony or rally, but don't mention the religion or party. We work to make everyone feel welcome and to increase the participation of underrepresented minorities and nationalities in our community and company. An example is our sponsorship of [diversity events](https://about.gitlab.com/2016/03/24/sponsorship-update/).
1. **Boring solutions**<a name="boring-solutions"></a>: Use the most simple and boring solution for a problem. You
can always make it more complex later if that is needed. The speed of innovation
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Don't pick an interesting technology just to make your work more fun, using code that is popular will ensure many bugs are already solved and its familiarity makes it easier for others to contribute.
1. **Quirkiness**: Unexpected and unconventional things make life more interesting.
Celebrate and encourage quirky gifts, habits, behavior, and points of view. An example
is our [team call](https://about.gitlab.com/handbook/#team-call) where we spend most
is our [team call](https://about.gitlab.com/hanbook/communication/#team-call) where we spend most
of our time talking about what we did in our private lives, from fire-throwing to
knitting. Open source is a great way to interact with interesting
people. We try to hire people who think work is a great way to express themselves.
......@@ -31,6 +31,6 @@ to having social calls with any teammate - get to know who you work with,
talk about everyday things and share a virtual cuppa' coffee. We want you to make
friends and build relationships with the people you work with to create a more comfortable,
well-rounded environment. The Coffee Break calls are different to the
[Random Room](#random-room) video chat, they are meant for give you the option
[Random Room](/handbook/communication/#random-room) video chat, they are meant for give you the option
to have 1x1 calls with specific teammates you wish to speak with and is not a
random, open-for-all channel but a conversation between two teammates.
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- Above average knowledge of Unix and Unix based Operating Systems
- Experience with Ruby on Rails Applications and git
- Great people skills and presentation skills
- You share our [values](/handbook/#values), and work in accordance with those values
- You share our [values](/handbook/values), and work in accordance with those values
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* Motivated, driven and results oriented
* Excellent negotiation, presentation and closing skills
* Preferred experience with Git, Software Development Tools, Application Lifecycle Management
* You share our [values](/handbook/#values), and work in accordance with those values.
* You share our [values](/handbook/values), and work in accordance with those values.
## Hiring Process
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* Motivated, driven and results oriented
* Excellent negotiation, presentation and closing skills
* Preferred experience with Git, Software Development Tools, Application Lifecycle Management
* You share our [values](/handbook/#values), and work in accordance with those values.
* You share our [values](/handbook/values), and work in accordance with those values.
## Hiring Process
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* Motivated, self-directed and results oriented
* Knowledge of Git and GitLab workflow preferred
* Interest in GitLab, and open source software
* You share our [values](/handbook/#values), and work in accordance with those values.
* You share our [values](/handbook/values), and work in accordance with those values.
Account Management
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......@@ -29,4 +29,4 @@ GitLab is adding the next essential member who can help drive operational improv
* International experience preferred.
* Detail-oriented, self-directed and able to effectively complete tasks with minimal supervision
* Proficiency with GitLab
- You share our [values](/handbook/#values), and work in accordance with those values.
- You share our [values](/handbook/values), and work in accordance with those values.
......@@ -35,4 +35,4 @@ You have experience in sales or business development helping people get started
* Is your college degree in French foreign politics with a minor in interpretive dance but you’ve been selling and marketing products since you were 12? Perfect. We understand that your college degree isn’t the only thing that prepares you as a potential job candidate.
* You are obsessed with making customers happy. You know that the slightest trouble in getting started with a product can ruin customer happiness.
* Be ready to learn how to use GitLab and Git
* You share our [values](/handbook/#values), and work in accordance with those values.
* You share our [values](/handbook/values), and work in accordance with those values.
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## Workflow
* In cooperation with the Packaging team, issues to work on will be sorted per release cycle.
* Deciding priority of the issues can be found in [the handbook under GitLab Workflow](https://about.gitlab.com/handbook/#prioritize).
* Deciding priority of the issues can be found in [the handbook under GitLab Workflow](https://about.gitlab.com/handbook/communication/#prioritize).
## Requirements for Applicants
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* Packaging experience is an advantage, not a requirement. However, you are
expected to have basic knowledge of at least .deb and .rpm package archives.
* Collaborative team spirit with good communication skills
* You share our [values](/handbook/#values), and work in accordance with those values
* You share our [values](/handbook/values), and work in accordance with those values
[omnibus-gitlab]: https://gitlab.com/gitlab-org/omnibus-gitlab
[direction scope]: https://about.gitlab.com/direction/#scope-a-namescopea
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......@@ -31,4 +31,4 @@ You love talking about GitLab to people and no question or challenge is too big
* Passionate about technology and learning more about GitLab
* Be ready to learn how to use GitLab and Git
* Start part-time or full-time depending on situation
* You share our [values](/handbook/#values), and work in accordance with those values.
* You share our [values](/handbook/values), and work in accordance with those values.
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* An understanding of B2B software, Open Source software, and the developer product space
* Articulate, confident, and reliable
* Affinity with software and the software development process.
* You share our [values](/handbook/#values), and work in accordance with those values.
* You share our [values](/handbook/values), and work in accordance with those values.
* You are obsessed with making customers happy.
* Passionate about technology and learning more about GitLab
* Is your college degree in French foreign politics with a minor in interpretive dance but you’ve been hacking together websites since you were 12? Perfect. We understand that your college degree isn’t the only thing that prepares you as a potential job candidate.
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......@@ -30,7 +30,7 @@ You love talking about GitLab to people and no question or challenge is too big
* Passionate about technology and learning more about GitLab
* Be ready to learn how to use GitLab and Git
* Start part-time or full-time depending on situation
* You share our [values](/handbook/#values), and work in accordance with those values.
* You share our [values](/handbook/values), and work in accordance with those values.
## Hiring Process
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......@@ -33,4 +33,4 @@ You have experience in sales or business development helping people get started
* You are obsessed with making customers happy. You know that the slightest trouble in getting started with a product can ruin customer happiness.
* Passionate about technology and learning more about GitLab
* Be ready to learn how to use GitLab and Git
* You share our [values](/handbook/#values), and work in accordance with those values.
* You share our [values](/handbook/values), and work in accordance with those values.
......@@ -35,4 +35,4 @@ You have experience in sales or business development helping people get started
* You are obsessed with making customers happy. You know that the slightest trouble in getting started with a product can ruin customer happiness.
* Passionate about technology and learning more about GitLab
* Be ready to learn how to use GitLab and Git
* You share our [values](/handbook/#values), and work in accordance with those values.
* You share our [values](/handbook/values), and work in accordance with those values.
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- Extremely detail-oriented and organized, able to meet deadlines.
- Obsessive about content quality not quantity.
- Regular reporting on how content and channel performance to help optimize our content marketing efforts.
- You share our [values](/handbook/#values), and work in accordance with those values.
- You share our [values](/handbook/values), and work in accordance with those values.
- BONUS: A passion and strong understanding of the industry and our mission.
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- Extremely detail-oriented and organized, able to meet deadlines
- Obsessive about content quality not quantity
- Regular reporting on how content and channel performance to help optimize our content marketing efforts
- You share our [values](/handbook/#values), and work in accordance with those values.
- You share our [values](/handbook/values), and work in accordance with those values.
- BONUS: A passion and strong understanding of the industry and our mission.
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* Extremely detail-oriented and organized, able to manage multiple projects to meet deadlines.
* A passion and strong understanding of developer customer personas and the landscape.
* Is your college degree in French foreign politics with a minor in interpretive dance but you’ve been hacking together websites since you were 12? Perfect. We understand that your college degree isn’t the only thing that prepares you as a potential job candidate.
* You share our [values](/handbook/#values), and work in accordance with those values.
* You share our [values](/handbook/values), and work in accordance with those values.
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* Able to work in small, concrete and practical iterations. GitLab has a very short release cycle, you need to be able to keep up
* Have an understanding of good UX
* Experience with HTML / CSS won't hurt.
* You share our [values](/handbook/#values), and work in accordance with those values.
* You share our [values](/handbook/values), and work in accordance with those values.
## Relevant links
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* Is your college degree in french foreign politics with a minor in interpretive dance but you’ve been hacking together websites since you were 12? Perfect. We understand that your college degree isn’t the only thing that prepares you as a potential job candidate.
* Excellent spoken and written English
* Must love travel and hotels/Airbnbs.
* You share our [values](/handbook/#values), and work in accordance with those values.
* You share our [values](/handbook/values), and work in accordance with those values.
......@@ -32,7 +32,7 @@ Go programming language.
* Experience with Kubernetes, Docker, Nginx, Ruby/Rails, and Linux system administration a plus
* Experience with online community development a plus
* Self-motivated and have strong organizational skills
* You share our [values](/handbook/#values), and work in accordance with those values.
* You share our [values](/handbook/values), and work in accordance with those values.
* [A technical interview](/jobs/#technical-interview) is part of the hiring process for this position.
## Relevant links
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* You have an urge for delivering quickly and iterating fast.
* Experience with Docker, Nginx, Go, and Linux system administration a plus.
* Experience with online community development a plus.
* You share our [values](/handbook/#values), and work in accordance with those
* You share our [values](/handbook/values), and work in accordance with those
values.
* [A technical interview](/jobs/#technical-interview) is part of the hiring
process for this position.
......@@ -89,7 +89,7 @@ contributions.
The basics of GitLab development can be found in the [developer onboarding](/handbook/developer-onboarding/#basics-of-gitlab-development) document.
The handbook details the complete [GitLab Workflow](/handbook/#gitlab-workflow).
The handbook details the complete [GitLab Workflow](/handbook/communication/#gitlab-workflow).
## Relevant links
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* Experience with Docker, Nginx, Go, and Linux system administration a plus
* Experience with online community development a plus
* Self-motivated and have strong organizational skills
* You share our [values](/handbook/#values), and work in accordance with those values.
* You share our [values](/handbook/values), and work in accordance with those values.
* [A technical interview](/jobs/#technical-interview) is part of the hiring process for this position.
### Ruby experience
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The basics of GitLab development can be found in the [developer onboarding](/handbook/developer-onboarding/#basics-of-gitlab-development) document.
The handbook details the complete [GitLab Workflow](/handbook/#gitlab-workflow).